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9/14/11 Principles of Verbal Messages Meanings are in people Bypasssing: Different Words, Same Meaning Bypassing: Same Words, Different Meaning Health.com Weheartit.com
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9/14/11 Principles of Verbal Messages Meanings Depend on Context Health.howstuffworks.com
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9/14/11 Principles of Verbal Messages Language is denotative & connotative. Denotation Connotation Snarl words Purr words Commons.wikipedia.org Hatetheeagles.com
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9/14/11 Principles of Verbal Messages Language Varies in Directness Direct speech Indirect speech Nyminutedating.com
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9/14/11 Principles of Verbal Messages Messages are influenced by culture. The Principle of Cooperation Maxim of quality Maxim of relation Maxim of manner Maxim of quantity The Principle of Peaceful Relations The Principle of Face-Saving Icalweb.com
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9/14/11 Figure 5.1 Wolfson’s Bulge Model of Politeness Wps.pearsoncustom.com
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